FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Our disinfection system has been verified to perform a minimum 3-log kill (99.9%) on pathogenic microorganisms of all kinds [bacteria, virus, mold, etc.] without the use of chemicals.
Being in the tank simulates more of a floating in outer space sensation rather than being confined in a small space. You’re always in control of your environment, and even people with extreme claustrophobia have reported having no problems with their time in the tank.
Pregnant women have also reported a reduction of erratic movements of the baby inside the womb. This is due to a phenomenon call “mirror effect.” The baby is safe and secure inside the womb and the mother shares a similar experience in the isolation tank. Women report a stronger connection with their baby when exposed to this environment.
If you have longer hair, you may want to bring a comb. Also, something to put your contact lenses in while you’re in the tank. Other than that, we provide everything you need (towels, earplugs, organic body wash/shampoo/conditioner, etc.).
Please see our list of tips & best practices on our FAQ page to help you enhance your experience in the tank.
We use NSF certified, UL Listed commercial tanks from Float Lab Inc.
TIPS & BEST PRACTICES
With your arms at your side, or arms over-head. Play around with the two to see which feels better for your body. Also, try to position your body in the middle of the tank to avoid “ping-ponging” from side to side. To do this, brace your arms and legs against the sides of the tank to position your torso in the middle, and once you feel the water to be calm, slowly and evenly retract your limbs back to the mid-line of your body. Try not to generate any momentum from either side so that you remain in the middle and avoid the distraction of bumping into the side. Once you like your position and feel comfortable try to remain still and consciously relax all of your muscles.